With singer David Draiman leading Device and bassist John Moyer rocking out in Adrenaline Mob, we've known what half of Disturbed have been doing during the band's hiatus. But now, it's guitarist Dan Donegan and drummer Mike Wengren's turn to step into the spotlight with a new band called Fight or Flight featuring Evans Blue frontman Dan Chandler.
David Draiman called in to chat with Tony LaBrie about everything from the reason behind Disturbed's hiatus, to the "accidental" creation of his new band Device and their upcoming show at The Machine Shop in Flint -- get the full interview here.
Singer David Draiman isn’t wasting time with his new industrial band Device, revealing that he’s finished vocals on five songs off their upcoming debut album. He also revealed the names of those tunes to his Twitter followers.
David Draiman recently announced he was at work on a new “musical project” that will bring a more industrial vibe to the table. Now, the Disturbed frontman reveals that he has drafted a guitarist who knows the genre well — ex-Filter guitarist Geno Lenardo.
Disturbed may be on their way to a hiatus that will last for an unspecified amount of time, but they've prepared a nice little severance package for fans in the form of a b-side album -- see the trailer and guitarist Dan Donegan's latest remarks about the band's future here.
Two titans will battle it out to start the week off in The Cockfight. Disturbed attempts to put Chevelle through 'Hell' before they get their 'Face to the Floor'. You decide who does what to who by placing your votes here.
Hurricane Downseed continues it's tear through The Cockfight and has just one more artist to devastate before retirement -- Disturbed. Oddly enough, Disturbed may be retired as well (as a band, not in The Cocker).
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